Ms. Clark released her debut, "Marry Me," in 2007, to critical acclaim. Writing in The New York Times, Kelefa Sanneh called it "an extravagant collection of songs that show off everything at once." It has sold about 30,000 copies.
Huh? Only 30,000 copies?
Seems a little low, no? I mean, no offense meant, but didn't Black Tie Dynasty move 10,000 copies of Movements? Considering that Clark's probably going to sell out the Granada Theater in a few weeks on Thursday, June 18, I just don't get it.
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Either way, here's betting Actor moves more than that--especially with all this coverage. Any takers?